University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Correspondence files, legal documents, financial records, campaign/political materials, photographs, and personal affects of Joseph M. Dixon, with particular representation from his public service as U.S. representative and senator and Montana governor, as well as a national leader in the Republican and Bull Moose parties. Papers provide insights into Dixon's personal life, private political opinions and strategies, professional (both political and business) relationships, and actions on behalf of the early twentieth century's Progressive movement. Correspondents include Dixon's wife, Caroline, and other family members, as well as prominent Montana and national political figures, including Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover. Topics include Theodore Roosevelt's 1912 Presidential campaign; the progressive/Bull Moose movement in Montana; changes in Montana and national Republican-Democratic Party dynamics resulting from the ... Read More
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Correspondence, diaries, speeches, financial records, appointment books, clippings, scrapbooks, and other papers relating primarily to Bingham's service as ambassador to Great Britain. Subjects include war debt negotiations; Monetary and Economic Conference, London, Eng., 1933; London Naval Conference, 1935-1936; invasion of Ethiopia (Italo-Ethiopian War, 1935-1936); the gold standard and other monetary and tariff issues; disarmament; world politics including the rising influence of Japan; political leaders including Neville Chamberlain, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Franklin D. Roosevelt; and Bingham's social activities in England. Other subjects include the operation and policies of Bingham's newspapers, the Louisville Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times; national and Kentucky politics; education, penal and charitable institutions, and roads in Kentucky; tobacco cooperatives; agriculture; and personal and family matters
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Correspondence, speeches, subject files, scrapbook, and other papers of Warren G. Harding. Subjects include the entry of the United States into World War I, Armistice Day, political campaigns, Harding's estate and memorial services, and claims relating to the importation of sugar from Argentina by P. De Ronde & Co. Correspondents include Calvin Coolidge, Joseph Dutton, Harry S. New, and Carolyn Harding Votaw. Includes letters from Florence Kling Harding to Catherine McLean Brown New
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence (1915-1933) exchanged between Ochs, publisher of the New York Times, and numerous notable individuals including politicians, newspapermen, painters, and ambassadors. Subject discussed include national and international news, conferences, cultural matters, and Jewish affairs. Many writers express their appreciation for the understanding kindness of his in handling the news, his friendship, and his hospitality. Important correspondents include Thomas A. Edison, Douglas Fairbanks, Charles A. Lindbergh, Louis Marshall, Herbert Hoover, Calvin Coolidge, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Henry Stimson, and William Howard Taft
United States Military Academy
Official correspondence; essay, "How I got to West Point"; family genealogy; newspaper clippings; 4 pamphlets; photographs; correspondence regarding his article, "Shell-shocked and after"; resume; typed letters signed from William Patrick Simons, George A. Patton, Hap Arnold and Calvin Coolidge; watch; medals
Western Reserve Historical Society
Consists of twelve letters, dating from 26 April to 26 May 1930, regarding the tercentenary of Watertown, Massachusetts, chaired by Fred E. Crawford. Includes three typed letters signed by Calvin Coolidge to Crawford concerning remarks to be made at the occasion. Also included are two typed letters unsigned by Fred E. Crawford, one to Calvin Coolidge reassuring him about the expected brevity of his address and one to Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge thanking them for attending the occasion
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Primarily scrapbooks relating to Carpenter's book, Carp's Washington, arranged and edited by his daughter, Frances Carpenter, and published in 1960. Materials include newspaper articles and columns by Carpenter, reviews of Carp's Washington, and proposed illustrations for the book. Additional scrapbooks document his lecture tours, work in Washington, D.C., and death in China. Also includes an autograph collection of letters from people with whom Frank G. Carpenter corresponded including Calvin Coolidge, Warren G. Harding, Herbert Hoover, Alexander Graham Bell, Frederick Douglass, and Booker T. Washington
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Correspondence, diary and notebook fragments, speeches, financial records, scrapbooks, printed matter, and other papers focusing chiefly on the political activities of Ruth Hanna McCormick Simms. Includes material concerning her congressional campaigns, activities on behalf of the Republican National Committee, work as presidential campaign manager for Thomas E. Dewey in 1944, and her reaction to economic depression and war. Marcus Alonzo Hanna's correspondence relates mainly to Ohio and national politics and also to his personal and business affairs. Includes copies of interviews (1905-1906) about him conducted by James B. Morrow with Joseph Benson Foraker, Theodore Roosevelt, and members of Hanna's family. Medill McCormick's papers relate to Illinois and national politics. Also includes papers relating to the Chicago Tribune and its publishers, Joseph Medill and Robert Rutherford McCormick, grandfather and brother of Medill McCormick. Family papers include correspondence between ... Read More
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Correspondence, military papers and other documents, editorials, speeches, articles, reports, scrapbooks, photograph album, and other material chiefly relating to the presidential campaign of 1896 and to Bryan's efforts to preserve world peace, his career as a lecturer for the Chautauqua Institution and its affiliates, and his interest in prohibition, political and monetary reform, and religious issues. Includes an unpublished biography prepared by his daughter, Grace Bryan Hargreaves
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Correspondence, memoranda, business and legal records, notes, printed matter, scrapbooks, broadsides, photographs, and other papers pertaining primarily to McLean's leading role in the social life of Washington, D.C. Business records relate chiefly to the Colorado mining interests of her father, Thomas F. Walsh, and the Walsh family as well as to the publishing interests of her husband, Edward Beale McLean, and the McLean family, especially the Cincinnati Enquirer and the Washington Post. Subjects include Evalyn Walsh McLean's involvement in the Lindbergh kidnapping case, her ownership of the Hope diamond, and the Teapot Dome Scandal, 1921-1924. Includes drafts of her column in the Washington Times Herald; the manuscript of her book, Father Struck It Rich (1936); a revision, with additions, of Warren Gamaliel Harding: President of the United States (1922) attributed to William Estabrook Chancellor; and a diary of Merrill C. Meigs

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